What you Need to Know about the 21st Century Cures Act April 5th Deadline
The 21st Century Cures Act was enacted to help take healthcare IT to the next level of interoperability and data sharing. It includes the most extensive healthcare data sharing policies the federal government has implemented, requiring both public and private entities to share health information between patients and other parties, while keeping that information private and secure. Click here to learn more about this federal mandate and its implications for behavioral health providers. Click here for a free checklist of items you need to complete to be ready for the April 5th deadline.
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